The World Is A System

Whereas Worldview 1 is an understanding of reality based on the thinking of Newton and Descartes, first-order change and the laws of cause and effect, Worldview 2 represents an altogether different view of reality.

Under Worldview 2, problem-solving, development, innovation and change come about through small nudges that subtly alter the natural flow of events, such that the needs and interests of all relevant parties are satisfied, quickly and with existing resources. Although causal analysis is still useful for solving simple problems such as machine failure, complex issues are addressed through context manipulation, pattern analysis, and constraint removal.


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